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Notes of thanks and gratitude following Call-out activity from those directly affected, family, friends or witnesses at the scene are always highly appreciated by the team. Its also nice to hear of about the progress of those unfortunate enough to be injured.

  • Team RamblerA great loss to the mountain rescue team and the community as a whole. Team members send their sincere condolences to all his family. Sep 25, 3:58 PM
  • Dr Robert KiddHe was my uncle and was a great mentor - he taught me much about the sea and the hills. This is probably why I... Sep 24, 10:28 AM
  • Lizzie RoscoeMy name is Lizzie and I am one of the casualties from the above call out. The end result is a fractured collar bone and... Aug 14, 7:21 PM
  • erainaWas out walking when this happened, saw the family waiting for paramedics and air ambulance. Hope that she is ok x Aug 07, 7:31 PM
  • Team RamblerHello Richard, thank you very much for getting touch. Your personal account of that day is moving and I can fully understand why you can... Aug 06, 6:49 PM
  • Richard HulseI have lived in Canada for some years now but at that tragic time in1964 I was at High Storrs Grammar School in Sheffield and... Aug 06, 5:02 PM
  • brian prettythanks to everyone who helped in the rescue and all the staff at north Staffs Hospital mark is now out of hospital and making a... Jul 31, 9:05 AM
  • PaulA big thank you to all at Buxton Mountain Rescue. Although the back injury was more serious than was first thought and required surgery, Mark... Jul 27, 8:20 PM
  • CathyThank you all so much for your help. Incredible team effort. Jul 24, 7:35 PM
  • MarkFantastic teamwork and a great effort by you all. Confirmed as a spiral fracture of the lower fibula. Huge thank you to you all for... Jul 23, 9:11 AM
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